Developing and Maintaining The Oberlin Schools Farm and To promote Awareness of Our Local And National Food Systems And To Generally Encourage Healthy Eating Within Our Student Body
The Oberlin High School Food Awareness Club:
• To provide our fellow students and community with the reality that our National food system is corrupt and that we need to create a revolution, however small that would make it possible for sustainably cultivated, healthy, local foods to be available to all students, regardless of socioeconomic standing
• To connect with the community of farmers and other agricultural producers around us to better experience where the food we eats comes from, and to learn from the methods the farmers use to better help improve our own culinary and gardening lives
• To help be apart of, and create a movement where students take the lead in demanding and producing their own healthy, sustainably produced foods and to contribute to the school gardening revolution and the local food movement as a student organization
• To appreciate the time, effort, and ethics which went into the food production of the foods we produce on the school farm and of the food we eat otherwise
• To uphold and run the school farm and maintain student leadership full circle from cultivating the produce to consuming it in our school cafeteria
• To work together as students and appreciate our differences, whatever they may be, and to use with this knowledge to create a happy, diverse community we all want to live and thrive in!
• To help create new food systems and collaborations with the college and community
• To try to do our part in contributing to a more sustainable world by being ware of things above
Last Tuesday the head education director of The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP for short), Kim Estes, came in as a guest speaker, invited by the environmental club. The main topic of her presentation was water supply and wastewater…
"well, I'm doing individual creative work, but am also head of my school's environmental club. We emailed prospect park zoo a couple of months ago, as I attended the teen internship in 2011, asking if we could take a look at what I and my…"
It looks like you have a lot of great projects in the works-
Which of your developments are you most excited about in the upcoming months?
Let me know if the zoo can help you in any way.
December 2, 2014 at 6pm to December 19, 2014 at 7pm
NYC DOE Sustainability Initiative's artwork contest invites students to create posters about environmental sustainability (energy, water, ecology, etc.), and actions that schools can take to get involved. Winning posters will be produced and be available for schools to order at no cost, and prizes will be awarded to 9 winners. See More
To the Secret Garden,
Hey everyone. Sorry we wont be meeting next week, but the first week in December (Tuesday December 2nd), we will meet and hopefully have a really exciting activity presentation. And just a quick thought I had…